Hint: These animals are useful to us in different ways. Some help us with transportation of goods mainly in the hilly area. Some are useful by providing milk, meat, butter, leather, etc, and also helps us in becoming strong economically.
Correct step by step answer:
In the above table, there are two columns. Column one contains the list of some useful products provided by some animals whose list is given in column two. The correct match of these two columns is as follows:
Milk, leather, and butter are very useful to us and these are provided by buffalo.
Milk and flesh are produced by a goat.
Horses help us in the transportation of goods from one place to another. Especially in those remote areas where heavy transportation vehicles can't reach. They can move much faster as compared to humans. Fur, milk, and meat are altogether provided to us by the sheep. The fur is used for making wool which keeps us warm during the winter season.
-Other than meat and milk for the food we also get leather from buffalo for tipis. Its fur is used for making ropes.
-In buffalo also the bones and horns were used to make hoes, digging sticks, hide working tools, cups, and spoons.
-We get milk and meat from the goat as food. The goat milk can be used for making various things such as cheese, yogurt, and ice cream.
-Fiber provided by goats can be spun or felted and turned into hats, scarves, sweaters, etc.
-Goats are helping in clearing lands for cultivation by eating noxious and invasive weeds,
-The horses are also used for carrying things or pulling carts, or to help farmers to plow fields in agriculture.
-The sheep provides us with milk, meat for food, and fur called wool for making clothes and rugs.
-During the scouring process of raw wool a great called lanolin is obtained which is used in adhesive tape, motor oils, printing inks, and lubricants for automobiles.
So, the correct answer is, 'A-4, B-1, C-2, D-3'.
-The meat from young sheep is called lamb whereas meat from adult sheep is called mutton.
-Scientists are often using sheep for their stem cell research.
-In some areas horses are still used as pack animals, to carry supplies.